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Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs to Receive Tech Support from Microsoft

Microsoft, through its 4Afrika Initiative , has collaborated with the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) to provide entrepreneurs in the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme with technology-based tools, resources and mentorship.

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TEF- Microsoft 5: General Manager Microsoft Nigeria, Akin Banuso and CEO, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Parminder Vir, during an MOU signing between the Tony Elumelu Foundation and Microsoft to provide complimentary access to Microsoft's business development software, Bizpark to 3,000 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs across 54 African Countries.

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TEF- Microsoft 1: L-R - Philanthropy & CSR Lead MSFT Nigeria, Sola Amusan; Director, Group Marketing and Corporate Communications, Heirs Holdings, Pelumi Fadairo ; GM Microsoft Nigeria, Akin Banuso; CEO Tony Elumelu Foundation, Parminder Vir; Marketing and Operations Director Microsoft Nigeria, Ade Ajayi, during an MOU signing between the Tony Elumelu Foundation and Microsoft to provide complimentary access to Microsoft's business development software, Bizpark to 3,000 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs across 54 African Countries. In Lagos on Monday

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TEF- Microsoft 3@ L-R - Philanthropy & CSR Lead MSFT Nigeria, Sola Amusan; Director, Group Marketing and Corporate Communications, Heirs Holdings, Pelumi Fadairo ; GM Microsoft Nigeria, Akin Banuso; and CEO Tony Elumelu Foundation, Parminder Vir, during an MOU signing between the Tony Elumelu Foundation and Microsoft to provide complimentary access to Microsoft's business development software, Bizpark to 3,000 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs across 54 African Countries. In Lagos on Monday

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TEF- Microsoft 2: L-R - Philanthropy & CSR Lead MSFT Nigeria, Sola Amusan; Director, Group Marketing and Corporate Communications, Heirs Holdings, Pelumi Fadairo ; GM Microsoft Nigeria, Akin Banuso; CEO Tony Elumelu Foundation, Parminder Vir; Marketing and Operations Director Microsoft Nigeria, Ade Ajayi, during an MOU signing between the Tony Elumelu Foundation and Microsoft to provide complimentary access to Microsoft's business development software, Bizpark to 3,000 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs across 54 African Countries. In Lagos on Monday

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